You can boot Jenkins into a new Engine Yard Cloud environment with two simple commands:
gem install ey_cli ey_cli create_app --git git://github.com/engineyard/eycloud-app-jenkins.git --name jenkins --env_name jenkins --type rack
When the environment finishes booting, you can view it with:
ey launch -e jenkins -a jenkins
When the instance finished booting and deploying you will have Jenkins running!
If you have a custom domain name that you want for Jenkins, consider using ey-dns to setup it up.
gem install engineyard-dns ey-dns assign ci.myapp.com -e jenkins -a jenkins
Now http://ci.myapp.com will map to your Jenkins installation!
xvfb-run was installed in
/engineyard/bin and is the script that you will actually execute in Jenkins.
The hello world example:
$ /engineyard/bin/xvfb-run -s "-screen 0 1024x768x24" echo "Hello world"
You'll want to use the following code chunk in your Jenkins jobs:
#!/bin/bash export RAILS_ENV=test cp /data/jenkins/shared/config/database.yml config/ sed -i 's/jenkins/test/' config/database.yml sed -i 's/production:/test:/' config/database.yml bundle --deployment /engineyard/bin/xvfb-run -s "-screen 0 1024x768x24" bundle exec rake db:create db:migrate spec --trace
sed was necessary to prepare the
database.yml file for a test database. The first
sed renames the database from whatever you named this CI application to test. The second
sed just mods the existing production environment section to be test. Production is the EY default.
- qt-webkit 4.7.3 - as required for capybara-webkit
- xorg-server 1.3 - headless X